NOTICE OF WATER SERVICE INTERRUPTION: Residents living near the Community Safety Building (Eighth St to Sixth St near Oakville Ave and Orchard Ave) may experience a water service outage until approximately 1pm today as unscheduled watermain repair and maintenance is underway. If you have questions, please call the Town's Engineering Department at 250-656-4502. We apologize for the inconvenience.   


Urban trees and urban forests provide many benefits to communities, including making air more breathable, reducing noise pollution, increasing traffic safety, preventing soil erosion, providing health benefits, and more.



The Town’s Tree Preservation Bylaw No. 2138 regulates the cutting, pruning, and removal of trees and sets requirements for replacing protected trees.

To remove, extensively prune, or top an existing tree located on private property, you may require a Tree Removal Permit.

The Town has created an informal Significant Tree List and an opportunity for the public to nominate potential significant trees in the community.

The Town adopted an Urban Forest Strategy in 2019 which provides a clear vision and objectives for the future management of Sidney’s urban forest.

Find out how to celebrate Tree Appreciation Day in Sidney!